Pi-16ADC is a HAT or board designed for a Raspberry Pi. Pi-16ADC adds sixteen (16) Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) ports. These ports are ideally suited to collect data from analog sensors or other analog devices several times a second. Data resolution for all 16 ports is 16 bits! Sample code in Python with a detailed user manual makes it easy to connect board to a Raspberry Pi. Pi-16ADC adds analog capability to a Raspberry Pi. All communications are over an I2C address if needed. Analog connections are solder-less and additional solder points are provided per channel along with the solderless connections. Download the user guide and software in the Downloads area.
- 16 single ended or 8 Differential Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC) ports.
- 16-bit conversion or 39 μV sensitivity.
- 50/60 Hz and other noise rejection.
- Easy to connect terminal blocks for all ports.
- Solder points for each channel.
- Sample Python code for ADC use.
- Selectable I2C addresses.
- Stack boards for additional ADC ports.
- Low power consumption.
Pi Models Supported
By default, we ship the larger, 40 pin connectors which works with the Raspberry Pi+ (models A+, B+, Pi-2 and Pi-3, and other vendors adhering to the HAT standard). Pi-Zero is also supported, as long as a 40 pin header is soldered onto the Pi-Zero. The mounting holes for the standoff for Pi-zero are such that only two standoffs can be connected.
Older models of the Raspberry Pi with a 26 pin header are not supported.
- Standoffs are not included, so we recommend a 12-15mm standoff of your choice.